I’m sure you read that title and thought that we’d be spilling a whole bunch of truly juicy airline employee gossip. Well, we aren’t. Sucker. Got you with our click bait! What we will be spilling, though, is a whole bunch of lovely stories that members of the airline community shared with us. As airline employees y’all get to be with people at their worst and at their best, which means along the way you get to collect some truly touching experiences.
Are you new to non-revving? Maybe you’re “old” to it, but you’ve run out of non-revving inspiration? Don’t worry, either way, you’ve got us! We’re here to help you take advantage of that jealously-inspiring employee benefit. We do so in a few awesome ways. First, we’ve got our kick-butt travel deals. Next, we’ve got a stellar Pinterest board full of non-revving ideas (that you should definitely check out!) Finally we’ve got our non-revving, inspiration full Instagram that’s so beautiful it even makes us want to cry.
Cities around the world are glowing 190 shades of green today in honor of the patron Saint Patrick. In fact, many famous landmarks, like the iconic Las Vegas ‘Welcome’ sign or Rio’s ‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue, glow a stunning shade of the traditional emerald. This worldwide holiday, started in honor of the Saint’s death, is celebrated in many different ways, and that’s what we’re here to talk about today.
Spring will soon be here, meaning that “spring break” isn’t far away either! Hey, don’t roll your eyes at me. Just because you’re not in college doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate the holiday! And because you’re not in college you also don’t have to celebrate it in a crappy Motel 6 on the worst beach at Gulf Shores!
Now that we’ve weeded out the weak, listen up true travelers. For this wanderlust article we’ve collected a few destinations solely for the brave; beginner travelers look elsewhere! These countries are back from the brink with some room yet to grow, meaning they’re prime for the picking. They’re hip, untouched, and full of Insta worthy bragging rights. Interested? Keep reading.